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    Senior Member bigbamaguy's Avatar
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    Pics attached

    BMWrider:
    here ya go..........this picture was taken before I cut the excess off. It also shows what my ENO looks like with a ridgeline installed and my "one pole" hammock stand. The loose translation on the latin sig is "if you want peace, prepare for war".........
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    bigbamaguy
    thanks for the pic, that clears it up perfectly, I love the simple setup, and nice UL light there, Is that a photon or princeton tec.

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    I just made a bug tube ala http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...highlight=sock. I used 7 yards of no-see-um instead of the net he starts with. And I made the foot end only open up about 4". It's almost a Sgt. Rock Bug Sock I just didn't make it taper at the foot end. I still may taper it at some point.
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    bmwrider:
    Thanks for the comments and yes it is very light. Actually that is a freebie light from batteryjunction.com that I got when I ordered a bunch of small Figure 9's. I also have both of the lights you mention and like them both. Hard to call on which one I would like more.
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    the HUG

    Check out the HUG bug net. I found it right here on this forum. It worked great in the ADKs this spring when the black flies were out in full.

    http://www.hammockforums.net/forum/s...ad.php?t=24029

    thanks to dejoha, Ive been using this model with great success!!
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    I didnt use any ribbon on the edges, just a rolled hem. I used omni tape at the top to hold it to my ridgeline. After I get into my hammock and bag, I tuck the edges of the bug net under my bag. Packs very small and light, I think there is only 1 1/2 yards or so of no-see-um netting. I didnt measure. but it fits into my 5x6" ridgeline pouch when I pack it all up.
    "It's better to keep your mouth shut and let people THINK your stupid than to open it and PROVE it" - SFC Kagawa, United States Army (my old platoon SGT)
    *Originally -Abraham Lincoln 16th president of US (1809 -1865)

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    The guardian net is not the most big feller friendly and it seems a bit confining as well.

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    papasmurf who is a member and can search for his name/website also makes a bug net that would work. i think ROOK also did a nice review on it. his reviews are in his signature. i believe you will need to add a ridge line to the eno in order to support it.
    http://smartoutdoors.webs.com/ elephant trunks, tarp keys and crosses

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    Here's a link to PapaSmurf's bugnet page.

    I haven't found the ROOK review yet.

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    I really got to get out there and give it a try, I may just use a head net and a sleeping bag at first.

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